Son of Thomas Denman, the first Lord Denman (1779–1854), Lord Chief Justice he entered into the British Royal Navy on the 7 April 1823. By 9 March 1831, he was promoted to Lieutenant.
In 1840 his ship was off the coast of Sierra Leone-Liberia as part of the West African Squadron tasked to end the Slave Trade.
In 1840 the islands in the mouth of the Gallinas River, situated near the present Sierra Leone-Liberia border, formed a principal departure point for slave ships. In November of that year — Sir Richard Doherty, the Governor of Sierra Leone discovered that Prince…
For what it's worth I am going to show a few things that I think will happen in the US in the next four years.
We are going to see prices shoot up especially fuel prices. Biden has already said that Fracking will be banned something that he vehemently denied during his small time on the road and in debates. However, there are many videos of him saying that he will ban it just as there is of Harris saying the same thing.
All fossil fuel will be banned, Biden has already threatened to shut down the Keystone oil pipeline…
Sometimes he could be rather short with people, even his own family, but he could be funny as well, when out and about speaking to people. People sometimes did not understand his type of humor his one-line quips sometimes took people by surprise, and he did not care who he said them to and what he said. Some could be hurtful and racist, however, on the whole many were just plain funny even the hurtful and racist ones
Below are 78 of his comments
1. “Is everyone here called Jones?”
2. “Dontopedalogy is the science of opening your mouth and…
For more than a year the public has been presented with a bewildering array of figures on a daily basis relating to the Covid-19 pandemic. To make things even more confusing, the figures quoted in the press conferences have changed, the criteria for defining them have changed, and often highly dubious numbers arising out of ‘modeling’ have been used rather than actual facts.
It now seems clear that the Government will be pressing ahead with its plans for a ‘Covid passport’, without which citizens will be prevented from doing all manner of normal things.
The simple figures I am presenting…
Side effects Asprin bought over the counter for killing pain
Stroke caused by a burst blood vessel.
Side effects of the Hydroxychloroquine drug that people say you should be taking instead of the Vaccine
loss of appetite.
Side effects of Paracetamol
Bloody or black, tarry stools
bloody or cloudy urine
fever with or without chills (not present before treatment and not caused by the condition being treated)
pain in the lower back and/or side (severe and/or…
Last week the EU published its latest figures for average wage costs for companies across the bloc. As usual, these revealed the total nonsense that is the EU’s talk of a “level playing field”, which it continues to insist must be adhered to by the UK.
Analysis of the figures shows just how much Brexit Britain can surge ahead of countries such as France in the post-Covid employment stakes.
It is widely understood that direct wages are only part of a company’s total labour costs. On top of these, there are what are known as “non-wage labour costs”. …
I have analysed the latest official international trade figures from the EU’s statistics agency, and the results should give concern to the EU’s major exporting companies and countries.
Specifically, I looked at one metric — the fall in the EU’s exports to the UK compared to the rest of the world. Recently some pro-EU commentators seized on the fall in the UK’s exports to the EU bloc, but what happened in the opposite direction? What has been the effect for the EU’s exporters to the UK?
The results are startling.
It is important to stress that COVID-19 has reduced most…
16 weeks have passed since the first person in the world was given the Pfizer Covid-19 jab as part of a mass vaccination programme. At University Hospital Coventry, 90-year-old grandmother Margaret Keenan received her first dose on 08 Dec 2020 and duly went into the record books. Oh, and she is still alive. Just thought I would mention it.
Since then, 34 million British people have been vaccinated with at least one dose.
The UK continues to lead all major countries in its vaccination rate per 100 people. A new milestone was reached on Sunday (28 Mar 2021) when the…
On Wednesday last week (24 Mar 2021), the EU Commission announced another of its “Implementing Regulations”, which was clearly targeted at Brexit Britain. The new Regulation, like its predecessors, has had no parliamentary scrutiny. These Regulations are diktats from the unelected Commissioners residing in the Berlaymont building in Brussels. In effect, these are laws made by unaccountable technocrats.
Export authorisations are to be refused by the Member States,” says the EU Commission, “to countries which have a large production capacity of their own, while those countries restrict their own exports to the Union, either by law or through contractual or…
More than a century since its abolition, the slave trade is still an issue among both its victims and its perpetrators.
Until this practice — the procuring, transporting, and selling of human beings as slaves, in particular the former trade in black Africans as slaves by European countries and North America — was abolished by French colonies in 1848, France played a leading role in the slave trade, buying millions of slaves in its African colonies.
“From 1628 to 1642, French sailors captured slaves on foreign slave ships and brought them into the French colonies.
“French settlers also bought slaves…
What is life without a little controversy in it? Quite boring and sterile would be my answer.